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Nov 2, 2012 6:00am EDT
great event. so i will start with kurt campbell. kurt campbell as you all know has been the assistant secretary of state for east asian affairs, east asian and pacific affairs since 2009 for president barack obama. previously, he was ceo and cofounder of the center for a new american security and concurs us director for the aspen strategy group co-chairman of the editorial board of the washington quarterly. he was the founder of strapped asia and strategic advisory firm, and with the senior vice president, director of international security program and henry a. kissinger chair in national security policy at csis. he is also an associate professor of public policy and international relations at the kennedy school of government and an assistant director of the center for science and international affairs at harvard university. doctor campbell has served in several capacities in government including his deputy assistant secretary of defense for asia pacific, director of the national security council staff, deputy special counsel to the president and the white house, and why do so at the
Nov 1, 2012 11:00pm EDT
it looks. >> thank you. richard? >> let me pick up on secretary campbell's point about the china today is just a more complex entity to deal with, and the great challenge that we face and they face is managing this relationship, and in this context, i want to stress what i see as two of the major areas of challenge. first is the internal challenge. we tend assume that china was growing at 10% a year for three decade, it slowed down a little bit, it's going keep growing. i think that's wrong. i think we're going to see a situation where for combination of economic and internal political reasons, china is now entering my guess is, a very difficult period. one way to put it is that the society has outgrown the political system that brought the revolution and seen the society grow in the way it has no substantial measure because of its economic growth. and i like to do this when i give talks about china. it's one of the most revolutionary technologies of any time, cell phone. why is it relevant in there are supposedly 400 million cell phones in china. we're dealing with a mobilized p
Nov 1, 2012 8:00pm EDT
i'd like to do isly start with kurt campbell. who has been the assistant secretary of state for east asian affairs in 2009 for president obama. previously he was the ceo and cofounder of center for new american security and currently served as a group and chairman of the editorial board of the washington quarterly. he was a founder of asia a strategic advisory firm and senior vice president national security policy at csis. an associate professor of public policy and international relations a the the school of government and assistant director for -- dr. campbell has served in several capacity in government include pacific directer on the national security counsel staff, deputy special counsel for nafta and the white house and white house fellow at the department of treasury. for his service he received the department of defense metals for does tick wished push lib service. he served as officered in the u.s. navy on the joint chief of staff and chief chief of naval operations special intelligence unit. dr. campbell received his ba from the university of california san diego. certific
Nov 4, 2012 7:00am EST
county's going to fall country flies to fort campbell, kentucky, it wasn't a to all get into that counted all spread out. what is with all a down in the back of the black hawk, all sprawled out take a nap or whatever, then he takes to click to which make the aircraft go up and down and he'll pull it up and push it down, pull it up and push it down so you're bouncing off the wall, the florida keys laughing in the front singing elvis. [laughter] and that's something that hollywood can't show you because that doesn't sell. that's not dramatic. that's not rambo. but that is one man making a difference. tell you what else he did. before he died, we were out of ammunition on the ground. when we get pinned down in these pilots would come down and fly low over the enemy's head just to get them to shift fire off of us long enough. t. but my comp they are out of polls. they can't defend themselves but they are flying down low over their heads to take the fire off of us long enough for us to maneuver. think about the law but that takes. while ahmad that for a minute, somebody's going to ask this que
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